Jordan Pacheco won the pole vault at the Al Hall Freedom Games with an NCAA provisional mark of 4.90 meters, which ranks second in the PSAC and 15th in the nation so far this season.
2017 (Outdoor): Competed in eight meets … Had eight top-ten finishes (with six being top-five) … Recorded a career-best mark of 5.01m in the Pole Vault to place first at the 12th Annual Gator Invitational … Placed third in the Pole Vault with a mark of 4.81m at the PSAC Championships.
2016-17 (Indoor): Competed in four meets … Had four top-five finishes (with two first place finishes) … Placed first in the Pole Vault with a mark of 4.90m at the Edinboro Invitational … Placed first in the Pole Vault with a mark of 4.91m at the PSAC Championships.
2016 (Outdoor): Did not compete.
2015-16 (Indoor): Competed in one meet … Placed second at the YSU Icebreaker Invite with a height of 4.92m.
2015 (Outdoor): Runner-up at the PSAC Championships with a height of 4.81m … Hit a career-best of 4.96m to place second at the Dave Labor Invitational … Captured the SRU Open with a clearance of 4.80m … Had five top-3 finishes.
2014-15 (Indoor) : Earned second straight All-Region honor in pole vault after clearing a season-best height of 4.85 meters … Won three meets and had seven top ten finishes … Earned All-PSAC honors at the PSAC Championship with a second place finish clearing a height of 4.80 meters.
2014 (Outdoor) : Qualified for the PSAC Championships with a fourth place finish (4.64) … Had five top four finishes, placing first twice … Reached a personal best in the outdoor pole vault (4.88m) at the Ashland Alumni Open.
2013-14 (Indoor) : Qualified for PSAC Championships with a 1st place finish in the pole vault (4.81m) sending him to compete fin the NCAA DII National Championships where he finished 10th (4.80m) … Had three first place finishes and was top ten in every meet in the pole vault … Reached a personal best at Kent State Tune-Up (4.90m).